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The Ridgewood News from Ridgewood, New Jersey • 8

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Ridgewood, New Jersey
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ORAOELL Student athletes honored by council backertight end) is the number-two ranked student in the school, and is one of the county's chosen players. Jeffrey Collins (tackle) and Richard Kyasky (the school's highest scoring tailback) have both signed full scholarships for the University of New Hampshire, and are the county's two other designated athletes. The girls volleyball team, which has eight members, took its first championship ever under the leadership of Coach Brenda Canal. Canal was described by Godfrey to have been very instrumental to the team. The athletic director said he The football team, consisting of 43 students, is recognizing its second championship in the past three years under head coach Greg Toal, whom Godfrey said is "outstanding." Toal, who is coaching River Dell for the fourth year, said the team's success can be attributed to the "hard work and dedication to success." Three of the team's players have been chosen for the first team All-County, an honorable title designating them, as Godfrey said, as the best players in the county.

Bill- Schwanewede (line feels the school's victories have changed the attitude of students towards sports, and that a new enthusiasm has arisen. The other athletes receiving awards for participating in the River Dell athletics program are as followsr Volleyball: Kristen Klie, Kathy Lee, Nancy Lyddon, Naoko Machida, Chris Morris, Mina Nakamura, Patti Picinich and Kathy Schmand. Football: Kevin Abrams, Hannan Allen, Joseph Augusta, James Banks, Nicholas Barto, Scott Breyer, Kevin Carroll, Jeffrey Collins, Michael Connors, By MAJID M. PADELLAN ORADELL More than 80 parents and friends gathered in Borough Hall Tuesday to Commemorate 51 student athletes who were able to capture the New Jersey State Interschool Athletic Association Sectional Championship. The borough's former mayor, Ernest A.

Fey, also attended the council meeting to present the River Dell Regional High School Champions with awards, which athletic director Tom Godfrey said were provided by the mayor and council "out of the goodness of their hearts." Keith Costanzo, Dennid DeAn-x gelis, Craig DeGeorge, Robert DiAmbrosio, Brian Dowling, Chris Ekizian, Kevin Esler, Aaron Essner, Douglas Fait, Thomas Fischer, Michael Gannon, Brian Hammer, Shane Hardirnan, Peter Hastings, James Peter Joel, James Jugan, Colin Kelly, Matthew Krieger, Richard Kyasky, Jordan Ouida, Steven Pusterla, Michael Quinn, Samuel Sagullo, Raymond Schaefer, Andrew and William Schwanewede, Michael Soehnlein, Christopher Tackney, Joseph and Matthew Vernieri, Nicholas Vlastos, John Walsh and Matthew Westlake. VOODCLIFF LAKE SNOW SHOVELERS Signs will notify of 'drug-free zones ALERT! Would you like to earn some extra money and help a neighbor this winter? Join The Ridgewood Newspapers list of snow shovelers. Fill out the coupon below and send it to The Ridgewood News Snow Shovelers Directory 50 Eisenhower Drive Paramus, N.J. 07652 nates all schools and property within 1,000 feet of a school a drug-free zone. A school bus in motion, or while picking up or letting off students, also falls within the jurisdiction of the special law.

The basic tenets of the law are as follows: If a person is found selling as little as 25 grams of marijuana, or any amount of any other illegal controlled substance, they are subject to a third-degree offense. Under this offense, they will be automatically imprisoned with a three-year term, can be imposed with a $100,000 fine, and denied parole. Also, the drug peddler can be charged separately with intent to distribute and possession of drugs. The law is especially tough because if conviction of all drug offenses occur, the sentences will not run concurrently- The drug dealer cannot hide behind the shield of a student at the school, because the student drug dealer is subject to the same penalties, according to Winters. By RICHARD SCHONBERG WOODCLIFF LAKE The manner in which the borough plans to enforce the recent state law that toughens penalities for drug selling near school property was discussed at Monday's Borough Council meeting.

Police Chief Dennis Winters outlined the state law that institutes a "School Drug Free Zone.v The Drug Reform Act, initiated by State Attorney General Cary Edwards and signed into law by Gov. Thomas Kean, makes drug peddling near a school especially risky punishable by stiff fmes and prison terms. A heated discussion over the posting of the "Drug Free School Zone" signs during which some council members said they believed many signs should be erected along major roadways. Mayor Bernard Kettler said he feels the number of signs posted should be limited. "I believe the town doesn't want a wall of signs, and the town will seek the services of an architect to determine where the signs will be erected," he said.

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